IFC Imports

  • Provide coordination by importing different components of 3D model in separate IFC files
  • Open your project by selecting separate IFC files for specific components of the project

Excel integration

  • Import and export excel files for schedule, cost, quantities and progress details

Summary & detail reporting

  • Have an overview of progress details of the project filtering by date, subcontractor, cost and quantity
  • Report schedule, issues, cost and quantity in detail

Excel Exports

  • Export schedule, cost, quantity, progress and issues in xls and csv formats for your reports
  • Save the visualization of the progress for a specified date in jpg format

Cross Section

  • Create cross section for different views of the project by changing the size, position and rotation of the section plane
  • View the detailed components of the project

3D Walk-through

  • Walk through the project in 3D model 
  • Virtually tour and explore different sections and views

IFC Export on Revit

IFC, the models produced by different disciplines with various BIM tools; It is used to provide data flow for various purposes that will serve the BIM process as a common file format.

In IFC processes; First, after the models to be exchanged are created, the data transfer scheme is determined in line with the purpose of data transfer, and the model is converted to IFC file format. In this guide, we, as BIMCRONE, explained how to create the format we expect to be able to work with these IFC files.

1.0 Opening the IFC Export Menu

Open the IFC export menu by selecting the IFC format from the Export option under the “File” menu at the top left.


2.0 Opening the Modify Setup Menu

After the IFC export menu is opened, click the “Modify Setup” option on the right to open the setup menu where we can adjust the export content.

3.0 Assigning Element Data

Even if you model your project in its own zero point (thats the common modelling procedure for revit)  when you assign a survey point you dont need to change baselines in BIMCRONE. But it might change according to your modelling behaviors, so please choose the coordinate base according to your project modelling type.


  •  3.1 Assigning Dimensional Properties

The page that opens contains the general features of the IFC that we want to create. We can set the element properties by clicking the “Property Sets” option from the top menu.

By ticking these 2 options under the Property Sets menu, we can bring the dimensional properties displayed below to the elements in our BIMCRONE model.


  • 3.2 Assigning Uniqueness Data (GUID) to Element

If you mark the line indicated with an arrow under the “Advance” option in the top menu, a uniqueness data will be assigned to your elements. All incoming data will match the elements with this uniqueness code.

3.3 Additional Options

You can increase the model quality of your modeling from the “Level of Detail” menu.

If there is any content you want to add to your IFC file under the “Additional Content” menu, you can add it.

4.0 Completing the Export

After checking the required boxes and clicking “Ok”, you can complete your export process by clicking “Export” from the bottom right in the Export menu that we return to.

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